The Ultimate Guide to Kentucky Bourbon and the Bourbon Trail
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When you think of Kentucky, chances are you’ll first think of its famous derby, affectionately known as the Greatest Two Minutes in Sports. Once the lightning fast horses gallop through your mind—and you have perhaps then thought about … Read More

15 Must-Try Foods in Krakow, Poland
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Our trip to Krakow, Poland was motivated by pierogies. I want to say it was motivated by history, culture, or medieval architecture— all of the things we loved discovering when we did our walking tour of Krakow— but … Read More

The World in a Day: Washington, DC’s Around the World Embassy Tour
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One of the best parts of living in Washington, DC is that it is truly an international city. Home to more than 175 embassies, we’ve walked or driven by many of them over the years; many of them … Read More

The Ultimate Guide to Iconic American Food
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Caution: this blog post might make your stomach growl a little louder than usual! Food is a major part of travel. At a minimum, it gives you the energy you need as you tackle long days and packed … Read More

2 Days in La Paz, Bolivia
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As I fastened my seatbelt on our flight from Cusco to La Paz, I took a deep breath and tried to brace myself for the second leg of our one week, two country tour of South America. Peru … Read More

2 Days in Dublin, Ireland
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Somehow, despite all of the times I have visited Europe, I have always managed to bypass Ireland. I’ve admired it from above, as so many flights crossed over the lush, green hills en route to Heathrow. But it … Read More

Dubrovnik Wine Tour: Plavac Mali on the Pelješac Peninsula
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After a week and a half of early mornings, late nights, train rides, plane rides, border crossings, and averaging walks of more than ten miles each day throughout five countries in Europe, Adam and I had earned a … Read More

Venice: A Tale of Two Very Different Days
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Venice is a distinctively different place than the city we left just a few hours before, and it was easy for us to get lost- figuratively and literally- within moments of crossing the Grand Canal. Our stay in … Read More

Wandering Tuscany’s Wine Country
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As the sun rose on our second full day in Italy, it seemed wrong- almost sacrilegious- that we had yet to truly try any Italian wine from the Tuscany region. We technically had Italian wine on our first … Read More

Ljubljana Day Tour: Food and Wine in Europe’s Green Capital
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There’s a good chance this is the first time you are considering how you might find a great meal or glass of wine in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In fact, this may be the first time you’re thinking about Ljubljana … Read More

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